Little Rock native Khalil Garland has stuck with his instincts and committed to his home state school, Arkansas, this evening.
The 6-foot-6, 195-pound shooting guard stated on Twitter that while the recruiting process "is not an easy process," he made a decision based upon what would be in his "best interest, both educationally and as it pertains to the sport of basketball."
Prior to committing to Arkansas, Garland received offers from 15 schools, including Memphis, Alabama, Arkansas-Little Rock and Baylor. He originally committed to the Memphis Tigers in March, but decommited from the school at the end of April.
Garland sits at No. 129 in 247Sports' National Rankings. In both national and 247Sports rankings 31 among all recruiting class of 2017 shooting guards and the No. 2 player in the state of Arkansas.